Marvel News Marvel News #29: BLACK PANTHER Updates, CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Q&A written by Sean Gerber May 19, 2016 Answering your questions about Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War! Sean Gerber and Paul Hermann follow up on last week’s review of Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War with a Q&A session dedicated to the film. Before they get to your questions, they run down the latest Marvel news including some incredible casting news for Black Panther. They also bid a fond farewell to Agent Carter. Subscribe iTunes RSS SoundCloud Marvel News #29: BLACK PANTHER Updates, CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Q&A was last modified: May 19th, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Agent CarterBlack PantherCaptain America: Civil War 1 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post Geoff Johns And Jon Berg Take Control Of DC Films In Major WB Shake-up next post Michael Keaton In Final Talks For SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING You may also like Marvel News #30: Captain America Controversy June 1, 2016 Making Mine Marvel IRON MAN Commentary March 31, 2015 Making Mine Marvel GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY... April 28, 2015 Making Mine Marvel THOR Commentary April 6, 2015 Marvel News #22: DEADPOOL Review February 23, 2016 Making Mine Marvel AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON... May 4, 2015 Marvel News #44: Spider-Man: Homecoming and Guardians... December 9, 2016 Welcome To MAKING MINE MARVEL! March 31, 2015 Making Mine Marvel THOR: THE DARK WORLD... April 15, 2015 Marvel News #28 – CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL... May 9, 2016 Kerry Vanderberg Just to comment on Agent Carter’s low ratings this season, I personally loved the show. But I had to watch it digitally as I got rid of cable. I use Hulu plus with an Amazon fire TV stick, so I couldn’t support the Nielsen ratings even if I wanted to, since the episodes wouldn’t be available until the next day. “Cord-cutting” is very common for a lot of people in the demographic who would watch shows like Agent Carter. Between Amazon, Hulu, and HBO NOW I’m able to keep up with all of the superhero shows that I like, plus others like TWD and GOT at a fraction of the price of cable (xfinity comcast basically has monopolized the Bay Area, and charges exceedingly high prices). At what point do studios factor in digital downloads, streaming, and season pass purchases to determine whether their show is well received or not? Someone has to have access to those numbers somewhere. Until studios look at different data, how else would we show support for a show like Agent Carter? Live tweeting while we’re watching it? I’m open to suggestions.